September 19, 2022
UW-IT can help guide researchers to multiple computing options and training, including cloud computing or the UW’s own supercomputer.
August 12, 2022
UW-IT’s JupyterHub services allow faculty to bring the full power of cloud computing into the classroom.
February 21, 2022
UW-IT’s JupyterHub service was deployed by a faculty member to help students learn data programming with live code demonstrations and powerful visualizations — without costly and complex computing setups.
January 26, 2022
UW Medicine researchers used cloud computing to speed the response to COVID-19 in vulnerable populations with methods that can be used to tackle other disasters.
August 23, 2021
Learn about benefits and pitfalls of using cloud infrastructure and services at this session that’s part of the TechConnect Conference on Sept. 1-2. In this session, presenters will review three types of cloud services — public, private and hybrid.
August 16, 2021
UW-IT’s JupyterHub services, which allow faculty to bring the full power of cloud computing into the classroom, is available at no cost to the UW community. The service provides access to custom Python and R programming environments through your students’ browsers. Ideal for distributing assignments and lab work, the service also eliminates software installation and…
August 4, 2021
A new virtual conference Aug. 10-12 explores the benefits of migrating your research to the public cloud, with key presentations by UW experts. Sign up now to learn about successful case studies in areas like neuroscience, wildfire modeling, public transit, genome analysis, mental health support and other key topics.
June 9, 2021
The routing infrastructure of the UW-IT-operated Pacific Northwest Gigapop (PNWGP) service features reinforced defenses against attempts to spoof legitimate network traffic. These security efforts are part of a global initiative that advocates for crucial fixes to reduce the most common routing threats that aim to get at systems and data, and it is supported by…
April 1, 2021
Learn how major upgrades to Hyak, the UW’s supercomputer, are helping the University meet ever-growing research needs. Upgrades include a new hardware infrastructure now underway, and recent expansions in GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) capacity.
March 22, 2021
Learn how UW researchers can harness the power of GPUs for their research in this new IT Connect research computing resource. When GPUs are combined in a cluster, they create a sort of supercomputer that is uniquely qualified to perform certain tasks, and in particular they are ideally suited for machine learning. The UW offers…